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Old 11-01-2017, 10:17 PM   #1
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Help identify HWH Leveling wire connector?

This is the wire connecting to our HWH leveling control panel. It connects to the 5 pins on the back of the control panel circuit board. The center ground wire has pulled out of the pin in the back of the connector.

I need help identifying what type of connector, what pins it uses, and what tool I can use to remove the old pin?
Then hopefully I can purchase a new pin, crimp the wire to it, and re-insert it into the connector.
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It is easier to just get another plug and re-do all the wires or hit up Fry's and they should have the wire ends and the socket/plug-in,
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Contact Paul at AZPETE on the Irv2 forum. He works for HWH and can answer your questions. His email is pfmaddox@att.net and his phone number is 602-549-3638. He is a Commercial Member and has posted that his phone is always on, and if not answered, leave a message.

He has helped other on this forum and I am sure he can help you.
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I found this on the HWH web site. The 5 pin connector looks like mine. Tried to call HWH parts several times but they are overwhelmed.


http://www.hwhcorp.com/mr751202.pdf


Anyone ever hear of an MTA connector, or is this just an HWH in house name for them?
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That is either MTA 100 or MTA 156. The number represents the pitch of the pins in thousandths of an inch. MTA 100 is 10 pins per inch.

They are available (connectors and housings) from suppliers like Mouser, Digikey, etc.

If it was me, I would look at getting the connector out of the housing (small spring clip on the connector to release, straightened paper clip to push it out), then carefully solder the wire back to it and reinsert it.

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Used a small jewel screwdriver to depress the pin and a hemostat in the back side to pull the pin out.
A friend thinks they are Amp connectors.
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fry's electronics or radio shack normally carries these mta connectors, and pins. they are commonly used in commercial wiring applications. mta is not a hwh designation.
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